OBITUARY

Evelyn Juba Hagney

August 8, 1924November 2, 2018

Evelyn Juba Hagney died on Friday, November 2, 2018 at Paul’s Run in Philadelphia. She was 94 years of age. Born in Reading, she was the daughter of the late Bessie and Michael Melones. Evelyn was a longtime resident of Bensalem.

Evelyn was a devoted mother, who made tremendous sacrifices for her children. She had a fantastic sense of humor. Evelyn loved to play pool and care for babies and children. She enjoyed her pets, making jewelry, gardening, dancing and shopping at Boscovs with her daughter, Elaine every Wednesday. Evelyn also enjoyed spending time with her friend, Irene and playing balloons with Al. She also enjoyed watching television comedies with her cats, Coconut One and Coconut Two and Baby Joel Doll.

Evelyn was the beloved wife of John Juba for twenty-one years, before his death in 1981. She was the devoted mother John Juba of Philadelphia, Betty DiGiacomo, Mt. Laurel, NJ, Elaine Corbin of Bensalem, Christine Boettcher of Philadelphia and the late Michael Juba. She is also survived by ten grandchildren and seven great grandchildren. She just welcomed her newest great grandchild, Benjamin, in April, whom she adored.

Relatives and friends are invited to call on Friday, November 9, 2018 from 10 to 11 AM at the Lamb Funeral Home, 101 Byberry Road, Huntingdon Valley, PA 19006. Her Memorial Service will be held at 11 AM.

  • FAMILY

  • Michael Melones, Father
  • Bessie Melones, Mother
  • John Juba, Husband
  • John Juba, Son
  • Betty DiGiacomo, Daughter
  • Elaine Corbin, Daughter
  • Christine Boettcher, Daughter
  • Michael Juba, Son
  • Evelyn will also be missed by her ten grandchildren and seven great grandchildren.

Services

  • Visitation Friday, November 9, 2018
  • Funeral Service Friday, November 9, 2018
REMEMBERING

Evelyn Juba Hagney

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elaine corbin

November 15, 2018

Mom, I am missing you so much, I would give anything just to feel your touch, see your beautiful smile, I still can't believe this is real, I want to wake up from this nightmare.

I hope I will make you proud and be the strong woman that you raised me to be

I love you with all my heart,
Eleni

BettyAnn DiGiacomo

November 12, 2018

My happiest memories of my mom. Was when she was filling the house with music with the artist of her generation. And my mom and I would be singing and dancing all over are house. She taught me to dance and appreciate the love of music. Which. I still do till this day. My mom loved to dance, and sing. And I do this with my children. and grandchildren. Who love to sing and dance. And enjoyed this memory, and know she is up their in heaven dancing with my dad and brother Michael and my daughter Carrie Ann and son.

ELAINE CORBIN

November 8, 2018

Mom, I can't stop thinking about you, I remember when I told you that Coconut one scratched my face you would allow him in your bed, you kept saying you can't sleep here you destroyed Elaine's face and that is how we got blessed with Coconut two who you welcomed with open arms and once my face healed, you were ok with Coconut one as long as he promised not to do it again and give me a kiss. You always have my back, I am so honored to have you as my mom and not a minute will go by without me missing you and your adorable smile. Mom, you were the highlight of my day, no matter how bad things were, seeing you and your heartwarming smile made it all better, I love you and will always be your Eleni

Elaine Corbin

November 7, 2018

Mom lived every day to the fullest. I admired my mother so much for her creativity. She would make jewelry out of safety pins and made a key that actually opened a lock out of a steak knife. Every day when I came to visit her, I was always greeted with a big smile, even when she wasn't feeling well. She was smart, brave, selfless and funny. I have so many happy memories of my Mom to help fill the void left in my heart now that she's gone. I miss you and love you mom so very much!

Elaine

BettyAnn, DiGiacomo

November 5, 2018

It was Mothers Day 2001, I was getting ready to go to my Mom's house to spend Mothers Day with her. My son yelled up from the basement apartment he had. He said you can't leave me with Saddie Lee. I said why not. Their is something wrong with her. I ran down the basement to find she was giving birth. So I called my Mother and told her about Saddle Lee giving birth. So she said I will make a deal with you, give me 2 puppies and you are forgiven for not coming over on Mothers Day! I said you have a deal Mom.! Saddie Lee had Cancer at the time. This birth extended her life 5 yrs.

FROM THE FAMILY